Page Eight THE MICHIGAN DAILY Tuesday, July 8, 1975
Iker washes White Sox
By The Associafed Press American 'League team for and the Red Sox added another ties and Jim Mason and run- Hands, 5-5, walked Ron Blom-
D E T R O I T - T o m next week's All-Star game ear- run in the inning to earn only scoring singles by Nettles and berg and Thurman Munson. He
Walker scattered eight hits and lier in the day. , their third victory in the last 10 Rich Coggins rallied the New struck out Chris Chambliss but
outdueled All-Star Jim Kaat in The outcome snapped Walk- games. York Yankees to a 5-2 victory Nettles and Coggins followed
pitching the Detroit Tigers to er's three-game losing streak Returning from a 2-5 road over the Texas Rangers last with RBI singles, putting the
their sixth consecutive victory and Kaat's three-game winning trip but still in front in the night. Yankees in front 3-2.
a 2-1 triumph over the Chicago streak. The loss was only the American League's East Divi- Texas nicked winner Doc * *
White Sox last night. fourth for Chicago in its last 16 sion, the Red Sox jumped on Medich, 7-10, for both -their
The only run off Walker, 3-6, games.Hughes, 7-7, after the Twins runs in the first inning. Cesar Brewers victorious
games.only nnoefrso 'alk * *had scored an unearned run on Tovar and Lenny Randle sin- KANSAS CITY - Bob Shel-
was Ron Henderson's leadoff cx sparkle LmnBsokslaofdul ld dacdo o oels KNA IY- o hl
homer in the second inning, a Ro X p Lyman Hostock's leadoff double gled advanced on Roy Howell's don, recalled from the minors
drive of some 454 feet which BOSTON - Rookie J i m and a two-out error y on grounder and scored on a over the weekend, drove in
landed in the upeer right fi..ld nice belted a three-run homer second baseman Doug Griffin. single by Jeff Burroughs. three runs with a pair of sin-
bleachers. It was Henderson's and the Boston Red Sox scored White's seventh homer of the gles last night as the Milwau-
fourth of the season. for times in the first inning Yankees triumrh season chopped the lead in half kee Brewers broke a four-game
Detrroit scored both its runs enro'te to a 6-3 victory over N E W Y O R K - H o m e in the bottom of the first. Then, streak and defeated the Kan-
in the fourth on Gary Slither- the Minnesota Twins last runs by Roy White, Graig Net- with one out in the fourth, sas City Royals 4-3.
land's single. Lon Roberts'
triple and Witie Horton's sacri-
fice flv. It ws n1" the fifth
setback in 18 d'rcisions for
Kant, who was named to the
V L Pct.GB
Boston 44 37 .543 -
New York 43 38 .531 1
Milwaukee 44 39 .530 1
Baltimore 38 41 .481 5
Cleveland 37 43 .463 6>.
Detroit 34 46 .425 91
Oakland 50 31 .617 -
Kansas City 45 37 .549 5i:
Texas 40 44 .476 11lY/
Chicago 38 42 .475 111i1
California 39 46 .459 13
Minnesota 37 45 .451 13'?
Player Club G AB R H Pt.
Carew Min 76 281 50 104 .370
Hargrove Tex 73 257 47 87 .339
Munson N.Y. 77 294 43 96 .327
Lynn Bsn 73 262 54 85 .324
C.Wasli't'n Oak 80 317 47 100 .315
Hisle Mil 60 220 34 69 .314
McRae K.C. 80 309 38 95 .307
E. Maddox N.Y. 55 218 36 67 .307
C. May Chi 75 274 31 82 .299
Dent Chi 78 291 30 87 .299
Bonds. New York, 19: lR. Jackson,
Oakland, 18; Herndrick, Cleveland,
66; Horton, Detroit, 16; Mayberry,
Kansas City, 16; Burroughs, Texas,
Runs Batted In
Horton, Detroit, 60; Lynn, Bos-
ton, 58; G. Scott, Milwaukee, 57;
L. May, Baltimore, 55; Munson,
New York, 54.
Pitching: 8 Decisions
Kaat, Chicago, 13-4, .765; Palmer,
Baltimore, 13-5, .722; Fitzmoeris.
Kansas City, 9-4, .697; Blte, Oak-
land, 12-6, .667; M. Lolich, Detroit,
10-5, .667; Bird, Kansas City, 6-3,
.667, Hargan, Texas, 6-3, .667; Buss-
by, Kn as City. 11-6, .647.
Player Club G AB R H Pet.
Morgan Cin 77 271 58 96 .354
Madlock Chi 75 302 42 106 .351
Cast Phi 83 358 60 117 .334
Bowa Phi 57 740 32 87 .333
Sanguillen Pgh 71 257 29 84 .327
Watson Htn 71 791 37 95 .320
D. Parker Pgh 70 258 40 84.320
Garvey L.A. 85 359 46 115 .320
Griffey Cin 68 222 49 71 .320
Joshua S.F. 64 238 33 76 .319
L u z i n s k i, Philadelphia, 22;
Bench, Cincinnati, 17; D. Parker,
Pittsburgh, 15; Schmidt, Philadel-
phia,14;,Stargell, Pittsburgh, 14;
G. Foster, Cincinnati, 14.
Runs Batted In
L u z i n s k i, Philadelphia, 72;
Bench, Cincinnati, 68; Morgan, Cin-
cinnati, 58; Watson, Houston, 57;
Staub, New York, 55.
Pitching: 8 Decisions
Bnillingham, Cincinnati, 10-3, .769;
Seaver, New York, 12-4, .750; Gul-
lett, Cincinnati, 9-3, .750; Messer-
smith, Los Angeles, 12-5, .706; R
Jones, San Diego, 11-5, .68 .
Stone, Chicago, 6-3, .667; Kirby,
Cincinnati, 6-3, .667; Richard,
oston , 6-3, .667; Montefuscio,
San Francisco, 6-3, .667.
Ric- tnloaded his 13th home
r-o, f the season, a towering
t tver th- sere-n atop the
left field wll, off Jim Highes
io-ton 6, Minnesota 3
Detroit 2, Chicago 1
New York 5, Texas 2
!5lwaukee 4, Kansas City 3
Cleveland at Oakland
Other clubs not scheduled
itinuesota at Boston
Chicago at Detroit
Texas at New York
Milwaukee at Kansas City
Ba'titnore at California
Cleveland at Oakland
w 1 Pct. GB
Pittsbsurgh 50 31 .617 -
Philadelphia 47 37 .560 4t/>
New York 41 38 .519 8
St. Louis 39 42 .482 11/,
Chicago 39 45 .464 12'.
Montreal 34 43 .442714
Cincinnati 55 29 .655 --
Los Angeles 47 38 .553 81-
San Francisco 39 44 .470 151
San Diego 38 45 .458 1614
Atlanta 36 46 .439 18
Houston 30 57 .345 261
Pittsburgh 5, Chicago 0
Nei York 3, Atlanta 1
tIncinnati 7, Philadelhia 3
Houston 5, Montreal 1
St. Louis 8, San Francisco 6
Other clubs not scheduled
san Diego at Chicago, day game.
New York at Atlanta
Los Angeles at Pittsburgh
Philadelphia at Cincinnati
Montreal at ilouston
San rcancisco at St. Louis
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PAT KELLY of the Chicago White Sox questions umpire Terry Cooney's call at second base in
last night's Tiger game. Kelly was tagged out by Detroit shortstop Tom Veryzer while attempt-
ing to steal. The Bengals won the game 2-1 beating Jim Kaat, one of the hottest pitchers in the
league. The Tigers go after their seventh straight win tonight again against the White Sox.
SPORTS OF THE DAILY
Schembechler meets with Ford
WASHINGTON - Michigan football coach Bo Schembechler
was summoned yesterday along with two other college football
coaches by an old Michigan gridiron alumnus, President Gerald
Schembechler, Texas coach Darrell Royal, and Oklahoma's
Barry Switzer were visiting the President to protest against the
new federal guidelines banning sex discrimination in collegiate
The coaches believe that the new anti-sex discrimination
regulations would change the character of big college sports,
require dollar-per-dollar equal facilities for college women and
hurt football, the one big revenue providing sport in the univer-
Ford listened politely during the 90-minutes meeting but, ac-
cording to the coaches, made no promises.
Switzer told reporters that they had a "great visit" with Ford
and wanted to state "in no way do we oppose" the new depart-
ment of Health, Education and Welfare guidelines, which ban
discrimination in collegiate sports.
But, he added, the new sports guidelines were "ambiguous"
and unless they are changed, it could mean the end of inter-
AL pitchers picked
NEW YORK (A) - Catfish Hunter, the millionaire refugee
from the A's, and two of his former teammates were selected
yesterday by Oakland Manager Alvin Dark as part of an eight-
man American League pitching staff for the July 15 All-Star
Joining the 1974 Cy Young Award winner will be Vida Blue
and Rollie Fingers of Oakland, Jim Kaat and Rich Gossage of
Chicago, Nolan Ryan of California, Jim Palmer of Baltimore
and Steve Busby of Kansas City.
NEW YORK (A) - The outstanding filly Ruffian was buried
last night in the infield at Belmont Park, just 50 yards past the
finish line she never reached.
Ruffian was humanely destroyed yesterday, the victim of a
shattered right ankle that ended her sensational racing career
just one-half mile after the start of The Great Match Race against
"Don't let her suffer any more," owner Stuart Janney told
veterinarians and trainer Frank Whitely after the coal black filly
had dislodged a cast and protective brace on her right leg.
'Crazy Legs' aloha?
GREEN BAY, Wis. (A) - University of Wisconsin Athletic
Director Elroy "Crazy Legs" Hirsch confirmed yesterday that
he had talked to University of Hawaii officials about becoming
athletic director there.
"It's a little premature to say what will happen," Hirsch
said. "There are an awful lot of things to consider.
"If they made an offer I'd at least have to listen, although we
have a lot of things to accomplish yet at Wisconsin."
Mackay Yanaginsawa, manager of Honolulu's Aloha Sta-
dium and an influential figure in athletics there, said Sunday in
Honolulu that Hirsch had emerged as the leading candidate for